USES OF Y.A.G. LASER FOR ANTERIOR CAPSULECTOMY IN E.C.C.E.
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Application of Y.A.G. laser as a step of E.C.C.E. has dominance over the planned E.C.C.E. by being safer as the A.C. is not opened when manifesting the peripheral iridectomy resulting minimiation of complications adding the role of aqueous in sweeping the A.C. contents, and finally, small incision at the corneoscleral junction which subsequently indicate less sutures that is reflected upon the incidence of post-operative astigmatism specially, and complications in general. In soft cataract no need for surgical interference after the application of the Y.A. G. laser provided that the patient receives local corticosteroids and atropine to prevent iritis and its sequeles. where in such cases the procedure was considered to be a closed technic. As a conclusion, the indication of Y.A.G. laser as a step for iridectomy followed by, capsulectomy is indicated in soft, diabetic and morgagan cataract.